Udora (Georgina, ON)
By Barrie Clulow
(My Time Is My Own)
Local residents are being warned be on the lookout for the safety of their pets and livestock by a Udora resident who had an Alpaca destroyed by a bear or cougar. Wild animals such as deer, rabbits, raccoons and skunks are often spotted in and around Udora and other areas of Georgina. On occasion we also hear of a resident black bear or two being spotted enjoying a feed of seed at someones bird feeder or galloping across their yard. This is the first time we have heard of a large animal being attacked and killed by another animal other than by coyotes.  This past weekend the brown Alpaca in the picture was attacked and killed, possibly by a bear or cougar, in the east side of Udora.    
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By Kathy Clulow, Trusted For Experience - Respected For Results
(RE/MAX All-Stars Realty Inc. Brokerage)
Udora, Ontario - International Jazz & Art Festival - JK JAZZ Udora's Camp Jõekääru is the place to be on August 28/29th if you are a Jazz fan. Headlining the first days entertainment on Saturday is Peter Appleyard's Quartet according to the local paper Peter Appleyard on YouTube This two day music and art festival takes place sat August 28th and Sunday August 29th at Camp Jõekääru in the hamlet of Udora located just north of Uxbridge, Ontario this is a rain or shine evnt with everything taking place under the big top tent or indoors. The venue is "Camp JK" a childrens camp with the proceeds benifitting the camp refurbishment fund. This is a family-friendly gathering that includes "something for everybody". There are plenty of oportunities for food and drink including bbq lunch, dinner i...
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By Kathy Clulow, Trusted For Experience - Respected For Results
(RE/MAX All-Stars Realty Inc. Brokerage)
International Jazz and Art Festival To Be Held At Udora's Camp Jõekääru   Udora - A community where there are more private roads than public roads. A Place where neighbours help neighbours. A place that few know exists even though it appears on the Ontario Road Maps. Originally known as Snoddon Corners it was renamed in the early 1860s when it came time to select a name for the post office.  Udora is located only 15 Minutes from Lake Simcoe which is know internationally for its; swimming, boating, fishing and fishing competitions. Chances are if you know where Udora is you either live there, or pass through on the way to your summer cottage perhaps even stopping in at One of the last original General Stores in Ontario still in operation, and still distributing mail to the local resident...
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